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Executive Update – 16th of September 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletin on the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Executive Update – 3rd of September 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletin on the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Executive Update – 27th of August 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletin on the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Executive Update – 20th of August 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletin on the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Executive Update – 6th of August 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletin on the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Executive Update – 23rd of July 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletin on the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Executive Update – 15th of July 2021

The Knowledge and Evidence Specialists at Somerset NHS Foundation Trust have updated their Executive Update Bulletin.

You are able to view the bulletinon the Somerset Library Service Bulletin page of the blog.

If you would prefer to have this bulletin delivered via email straight to you inbox, please contact the library.

For any help with accessing the information and resources held within this bulletin, please contact us.

Oxford Medicine Online Collection

https://pages.oup.com/hee

Staff throughout YDH as well as the NHS in England now have access to over 130 e-book titles from the Oxford University Press.

Titles available within this collection include:

  • Oxford Handbook of Adult Nursing
  • Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine
  • Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery
  • Oxford Handbook of General Practice
  • Oxford Textbook of Medicine

An OpenAthens account is required in order to access this resource. If you don’t already have an OpenAthens account, you can Register Here.

For further information on how to access this resource, please contact us.

Library Survey

Happy New Year!

To kick off the New Year, we are launching our Library User Survey and we would be really grateful if you were able to complete it, whether you use us or whether you don’t.

As we strive to continually improve and be the best version of ourselves we need your guidance on how we can do this. The survey can be found Here and should only take a few minutes to complete.

There are also paper copies available to complete in the Library.